Wedding Insurance – Equipment and Venue
Wedding Insurance – Protecting the Special Equipment and Venue
Wedding insurance protects the investment of thousands of dollars spent on securing a beautiful setting for the first dance and other unforgettable special events. Add in dinner, some form of music, and other elements, and you could have a large portion of a wedding budget in one general area. What if something, beyond you control,
From high-priced music and photography/videography equipment to food and more, there is a lot of money behind the equipment and general setting of the reception. This is exactly why wedding insurance is not an option – it’s a necessity.
Some wedding couples aren’t aware that the reception site requires liability wedding insurance. In this case, if the couple doesn’t secure a policy and something happens, they are liable – and that’s not a good start to a marriage, financially! While some locations will have liability built in, it is more common for the party that plans the wedding to be responsible for such coverage.
One of the simplest things to do is to check with the reception venue. They will be able to inform you whether you are responsible for securing liability insurance. Then, you choose the type of insurance coverage you need based on the value of items you need protected and the amount of coverage that is required by the venue.
What happens if you need wedding insurance for liability issues?
You can apply now to get a free online special event insurance quote . It is a free process and will give you an idea of what a event insurance policy costs. If you decide to purchase your policy so you do not have to worry about it for one minute longer, and can check it off the to do list and you can proceed with securing a low-cost policy through our secure online purchasing portal. We have designed this online customer experience to be efficient and very simple.
Take the proper steps to make sure your special day is protected against all possibilities. Liability for the venue is not something you want to ignore – as there are plenty of unfortunate horror stories that follow.